Sony’s PSN crisis has hit many a bump over this past week, but while all 77 million PSN accounts’ personal data has been hacked, the company has said there is no evidence to suggest that credit card data was stolen, although they did admit it was still possible.
However at Kaz Hirai’s Japanese press conference yesterday it was admitted that up to 10 million PSN account’s credit card details could have been stolen. The key words in that sentence being could and 10 million. That still doesn’t necessarily mean that they have been stolen,but it’s a heck of a lot of details potentially stolen. It should serve as an added warning for PSN members to keep a close eye on those bank statements.
Sony are promising to bring some PSN service back online this week.